Rescue-sim has announced the release of its flagship Rescue Training Simulator, a world-first in online interactive training for Vehicle Extrication.
An interactive online training tool, focussing on the development of Road Traffic Collision training and development. With the ever-growing issues of obtaining scrap vehicles, setting up realistic scenarios and being able to repeat them, is, and has always been an issue for fire crews during training.
Rescue-sim supports and compliments your normal standard practical training, providing pre-practical training walkthroughs, discussions on tactics, and controlled planning, with the option to reset the scenario as many times as you like.
Rescue-sim provides interactive training sessions which are scientifically proven to improve memory retention, enthuse and inspire crews like no PowerPoint presentation can. Any number of slide transitions and Word Art effects will pale in comparison to an exciting and enjoyable experience of exploring scenarios through Rescue-sim.
Rescue-sim provides multiple scenarios that are pre-set against expected competencies, enabling crews to progress from simple fewer challenging situations through to the more complex and unique situations requiring expert experience and knowledge.
The scenarios align to the UK Skills for Justice framework for competency sign offs.
Rescue-sim reduces the reliance on scrap vehicles, weather conditions and other training issues that typically limit extrication training and development. Rescue-sim is the solution to providing crews world-wide more interactive training for RTC rescue.
The initial release includes a modern user interface and dozens of upgraded features that can be used via your standard browser, on site or at home.
To experience the simulator first hand, visit the Rescue-sim website.
Key Features of Rescue-sim include:
- Interactive scenarios
- Can be repeated endlessly
- Create your own scenario from multiple options
- Can be linked to trainer assessors
- No large cost or equipment needed
- Scenario’s and vehicles added monthly
For more information, go to www.rescue-sim.com